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Non-Traditional Programs Admissions

Our Non-Traditional programs are designed to meet the needs of adult students with busy lifestyles. You can choose a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs in the Business field . You can choose to enroll in face to face evening classes at our Adult and Professional Studies off-campus learning centers in the following locations:

 

We also offer fully online programs including majors in Christian Studies, Criminal Justice, and Early Childhood that add to the flexibility of your education through our e-learning platform.

 

Non-traditional courses are either 5 weeks or 8 weeks long, with class sessions starting several times a year. For more information about courses in each program, visit our Non-traditional Programs Academics page.

 

For the remainder of 2020, you can start courses with us on the following dates:

 

Undergraduate class starts (5-week long classes)

April 20                     September 7

May 25                     October 12

June 29                     November 16

August 3

Undergraduate (8-week long classes) and graduate class starts

April 27            August 24

June 29           October 19

Adult and Professional Studies

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Admissions Requirements

  1.  Complete the application for admission (Adult and Professional Studies or Online programs)    
  2.  First time Students:  Submit your official high school transcript or GED transcript including scores.
  3. Transfer Students:   Submit proof of high school completion if less than 6 hours of college credit has been earned.  Submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended.
  4. Schedule an appointment with an advisor to assist you with your academic planning.

 

 

Non-Degree Seeking Undergraduate Admission

 

            Oakland City University welcomes students who wish to take courses for personal and professional development.  We also offer certificate programs to meet your needs in the workforce landscape.  You can take classes separately from a degree program for professional development.  If you later decide to seek a degree, credit could apply towards a degree once admitted.  Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid. 

 

 

Financial Aid

After applying for admissions, you will need to file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).  It’s recommended you complete the FAFSA by February 1 for the most funding, but you can complete the form after that date.  The school code for Oakland City University is 001824. 

Contact Julia Friedner, Director of Non-traditional Financial Aid – Murray Center Room 207 jfriedner@oak.edu * 812-749-1437

We are also a Military friendly school!  You can use your GI Bill® Education Benefits or Military Tuition Assistance if applicable.

Contact Betty Burns, VA Certifying Official -  bburns@oak.edu * 812-749-1452

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